Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Kitchener homeowners have planned for their Windows and Doors projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 25 Windows and Doors projects posted by homeowners in Kitchener seeking the services of local Windows and Doors Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $228,500.00 with a per project average of $9,140.00.
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Let me introduce ourselves. We are Rob and Brenda, a married couple with a cat and dog enjoying our modest 60+ year old bungelow in south central Kitchener. The house has it's flaws and is showing it's age, but much of it has been renovated and upgraded.
As a minimum, we're looking to have the large (~4.5'x9.0') living room replaced with a modern and efficient window. We have yet to decide on the type of window, whether a bow, bay or picture, but we do know we want to have the ability to open some part of it for air flow in the house. We can assume our choice will be much dependent on cost. If we go with bay or a bow type window, we would expect the work to include any exterior modification / trim needed to tie the window into the house.
A greater modification to this project is a bit more involved. In addition to the above window, we would like to consider the installation of a new efficient front door. Currently, their is a solid interior door and exterior storm door. Although the combination is nice, I think their inefficiency calls for something a bit more modern.
Things become a bit more advanced with our preference of adding a right side lite to the door installation. We're not sure if this is practical or financially feasible with having only 4' between the large living room window and door. We realize this will require modification to the structure of the interior and exterior wall, brickwork, interior rehabilitation etc which may be a project in itself. The living room has an original feature at the entrance that we would like to retain, but this project would require it's salvaging and relocation.
Looking for interested contractor(s) to consider each project of the two options and express interest on the scope of their abilities and specialties.
Rob & Brenda
We are the owners of a detached Rental house in Bungalow in Kitchener-near King's Street & River Road Crossing.
Its a rental unit where the Tenant left with destruction....
about 15-20 dry wall holes [ boxed in ] need to be repaired.
5-6 Bedrooms doors & closet doors need to be replaced.
Front 2 Main windows- 5 feet x 3 feet -glass panes to be re fixed or replaced.
3 bedrooms -wood flooring to be re sanded.
Some Misc works too....
I'm looking to install 2 sliding french style patio doors in the LR and DR of our recently purchased 13 year old house in Ayr. I would also like to see if it's possible to install one large window in the master bdrm in place of the 2 small windows that exist now. Also want to price a skylight for over our staircase- that one looks pretty straight forward. My concern is that the main floor is all brick and that would have to be removed (my husband is a licensed electrician so all electrical relocations could be handled by him- but I don't want him messing with the exterior bricks.)
I need to replace all the windows in my new house, built around 1900. I also need to do some plumbing work immediately. The inside renovations will come later in the spring, central air and kitchen and bathroom reno.
The house is aprox 1200 sq ft. It had a reno in the 60s and nothing since
All windows are to be top quality such as Pella or comparable
We have two massive windows we would like to refinish and make into doors on tracks. The frames need to be cleaned off and painted, and a piece of wood approximately 10 inches in height needs to be added to the top or the bottom because the windows are shorter than the current door. We would need them installed too with black fixtures ideally. Our inspiration is the East Room in Torontoclick here
I'd like to get the current entry door and screen door at the back of my house replaced. A 32"x80" door would fit in the opening (the current door is a few inches shorter, with extra trim to fill up the extra space). For the entry door, it should be a right-hand door, well insulated (energy star preferred), with a half-circle window on the top.The screen door should have glass panes as well as a screen.
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